Websters Theatre

Websters Theatre

This converted Gothic Revival Church and fully equipped 182 seat theatre, is an A-listed building and was originally built in 1863. Marvel at the stunning stained glass windows created by Alf Webster, after whom the theatre is named.

Performances feature an awesome line-up of shows to appeal to many different tastes. Expect to see wonderful musicals like Oliver and 13 The Musical. Drama contributions include Don’t Leave Me and Loving The Enemy. Comedy shows feature The Loch Inn and the hilarious That’s A Brassneck, to name just a few. Stand-up comedy is also performed here in addition to live music acts, the likes of The Psychiatrists and Rab Noakes.

Grab a bite to eat at Webster’s Bistro and sample soups and sandwiches like Haggis, onion chutney & rocket on sourdough bread and vegetarian options such as Hummus, beetroot, avocado & mixed leaves. Tasty cheese and meat board selections are also on offer.

City Apartments are located at the end of our street and is just a 2 minute walk from us. Come and stay with us in the heart of the vibrant West End close to great entertainment venues, bars, cafes and restaurants. Just remember to book through our website to receive the best possible room rates!

Near by Beaches – City apartments

The City Apartments are within reach of a few of the best beaches on the west coast; Ayr Beach, Largs/Millport Beach and Helensburgh Beach.

Celtic Connections 2020

The UK’s leading celebration of folk music returns to Glasgow on the 16th January to the 2nd February 2020. The Celtic Connections Festival features; concerts, ceilidhs, talks, art exhibitions, workshops, free events, late night sessions and a host of special one-off musical collaborations.

Beer Festival – Barras Beer Bash

Coming to Glasgow this summer is beer, beer and more beer in the form of Glasgow’s inaugural Barras Beer Bash ! A weekend of pints, live music and street vendor food… What’s not to like?